Here are the top trending stories on Just Style this week:

Apparel manufacturer Sae-A Group expands Costa Rica presence
South Korea’s apparel manufacturer Sae-A Group has completed its second spinning mill in Costa Rica and started construction on its third with plans to build more factories in future.

Primark rolls out cheapest tees under sustainable banner
Primark is rolling out its lowest-priced T-shirts under its Primark Cares label in response to consumers facing a “crisis of conscience” as cost pressures mount.

UN, global organisations call for more Cotton Made in Africa investments
The African Export and Import bank (Afreximbank) has pledged up to US$300,000 grant-matching funds to support cotton value chain development in Africa, however UN and global organisations at a cotton conference last month said more investments are needed.

Next Plc takes majority stake in Reiss
UK clothing and homeware retailer Next Plc has upped its equity stake in fashion chain peer, Reiss.

New CEO hunt for Adidas as Rorsted to hand over reins
German sportswear brand Adidas AG has announced its current CEO, Kasper Rorsted, is to exit the post once a successor has been found and appointed next year.